Race To Dubai Antepost Golf Betting Tips 2010/11

Race To Dubai Antepost Betting Tips

Tip 1: Alvaro Quiros E/W to win the Race To Dubai (Without big 3 - Kaymer, Westwood, McIlroy) @ 33/1 (Skybet 1/4 odds places 1-4) Hugely talented Spaniard looks a fantastic bet in this market at such a big price. A player not afraid to mix it with the best and some are tipping him for a major golf success in the not too distant future. I'm expecting the multiple European golf tour winner to have a good season and the WGC's or majors are not out of the question for Quiros in the 2010/11 golf betting. He has the ability to over power courses with his massive driving of the golf ball and if he improves slightly in the short game department, 33/1 could turn out to be a fantastic betting tip for this antepost Race To Dubai market.

Tip 2: Ernie Els E/W @ 12/1 (VC Bet) It's hard to look past Mcilroy (who will be full time on the European Golf Tour this year), last year's Race To Dubai winner Martin Kaymer and world no. 1 Lee Westwood in the betting for this year's antepost Race To Dubai winner so I'll stick to the market that doesn't involve those 3 for my 2nd antepost tip.

Big Ernie showed signs of the form old on the golf circuit last year and has already secured a win early this season in South Africa. 12/1 looks a great value betting price on a market not involving the aforementioned 3 front runners. We know he will compete strongly in the biggest tournaments and he alternates between both golf tours, always showing up for the biggest European events. It wouldn't surprise me to see Els take down a major this season. 1 of the best tee to green players in the game and great on courses set up to test every aspect of your golfing ability.

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